After driving through this park in our toad (towed vehicle), we decided to not stay here. This is a very shabby park with many many sites occupied by very rundown trailers and motorhome units that could only be described as junk. Whether these units are used as fishing camps for nearby waters wasn't clear but we did comment to ourselves that if we were ever "on the run" from law enforcement that this would be a place to hide out. The park is accessible by a long rough road (route 215), and the trees overhang and make it appears as though a big rig would have some difficulty moving around and under the trees. There were no sewer hookups visible anywhere, but we did see a "Honey Wagon" vehicle which we presume could be used for dumps. We would not recommend this park under any circumstance, and spent the night in a nearby Church parking lot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Don't go here in a big rig. We paid our $29.41 Canadian and was sent to our site down a road marked on the park map. The road turned out to be a 7' wide 9' tall whole in the trees. Wife went back to get money back while I was backing out. Owner showed a somewhat better way in through cars trucks and kids from all the permanent sites. Wife was refunded money but we paid it back to stay the night. Site has 30amp elect and water. When we tried to use electric for A/C the voltage dropped to 97 volts so we could not use it, was also advised not to use the water so we used our fresh tank. Turned out the people here were very friendly and we enjoyed our stay. As the name states, it is a family park. We camped here in a Motorhome.